The shock hypothesis is outlined in the case of the Caracal monster, after forensic doctors analyzed the DNA component of the bone fragments found in the forest indicated by Gheorghe Dincă.
Following the DNA analysis on the human bones found in the forest, forensic doctors are launching the hypothesis of the existence of a third victim of Gheorghe Dincă.
According to Romania TV, from the information from the sources, the bones found in the forest belong to a girl between the ages of 15 and 17 years. This, although the criminal claimed that these bones belong to Luiza Melencu, who is 18 years old.
It was speculated in the press that they would be parts of Alexandra's body, but Alexandru Cumpănaşu, the girl's uncle, claimed Romania TV that there was no document at DIICOT to attest to this.
If true, the results may detonate the case and this is because investigators are now worried that the case might be about a new victim.
Prosecutors are convinced that the bone fragments can not belong to Alexandra, reasoning that being the last victim, Dincă could not make such confusion. However, investigators have announced that they will compare the DNA of bone fragments in the forest with the DNA of Alexandra's mother. If the genotype does not match, the third victim appears in the file.
Regarding the results of DNA tests of the bone fragments in the forest, the lawyer of the family of Luiza, Ionel Pop said that there is a high probability that the remains belong to another girl, "because when he identified these bone fragments, Dincă had a moment of hesitation , of confusion. It alternated between two months, April, when Luiza was abducted and another month, which I cannot reveal. "
According to Romania TV, the expertise of the bone fragments found in the forest indicates a victim between the ages of 15 and 17, a minion.